Politics 4th Quarter, Bitches: Trump Buying up $2M/Week Worth of Advertising

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    Report: Trump Planning $2M-A-Week TV Ad Buying Spree

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    After months of free buzz around his 2016 campaign, Donald Trump is planning a substantial television advertising blitz that could cost upwards of $2 million a week ahead of the Iowa caucuses, according to a Fox News report.

    Trump’s “initial wave” of ads would focus on his vision and policies, Fox reported, but an unnamed adviser said that strategy could change if Trump’s opponents continue to attack him.

    “If you attack Trump, he will attack you 10 times as hard,” the adviser told Fox’s Howard Kurtz. “We will not allow any attack to go unanswered.”

    Trump’s campaign didn’t end up spending any of the $25 million budgeted for TV ads for the third quarter of 2015, according to the report.

    Trump has so far relied on his own social channels and frequent media appearances to get his message out. A prolific Twitter user, the billionaire frequently recirculates occasionally off-colortweets from his fans, and has released a slew of unpolished videos attacking Democrat Hillary Clinton and his fellow Republicans on his verified Instagram account.






     
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    Why bother , everyone knows him
     
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    ltd86 Racist Banned User

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    Never question the Trump :nono:
     
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    Good, seeing his rug wearing head interupt Jeopardy should guarantee he loses Iowa, Cruz should save his cash and just ask pastors to play Trump's Stern interviews at their wacky churches and then ask whether they believe a word that comes out of his mouth
     
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    Wake up White People!

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    Let's see if he still "self-finances" after he starts buying media time.

    Ain't gonna happen
     
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    MINORITIES LINE UP BEHIND ... DONALD TRUMP
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    Pundits might point to billionaire Donald Trump’s huge lead in the GOP presidential primary race as being the result of his generally anti-Washington, anti-government, anti-establishment, anti-politically correct attitude.

    If so, it’s not just whites who are ticked at the bureaucracy, but minorities too.

    Because a new poll, which still has Trump leading the race, shows 40 percent of blacks are lining up behind Trump, as are 45 percent of Hispanics, and even nearly 19 percent of Asians.

    Blacks and Hispanics, in fact, even support Trump at a higher level than whites.

    The results are from a new WND/Clout poll by Clout Research, a national opinion research firm in Columbus, Ohio. The telephone survey of registered voters was taken Dec. 18-27, except for the holiday, and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.35 percentage points.

    Only Dr. Ben Carson pulled more support from the black community than Trump, at 50 percent, and no one had more support from Hispanics than Trump. Among Asians, 37.5 percent supported Sen. Marco Rubio, with Sen. Ted Cruz matching Trump’s 18.8 percent.

    Among whites, Trump was far and away the leader, with 37.7 percent of the respondents. Cruz was second at 25.1 percent.




    http://www.wnd.com/2015/12/minorities-line-up-behind-donald-trump/#B7RxJ1THUsYLLhz4.99
     
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    WND :lol:
     
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    some of my favorite Trump instagram ads :grad:








     
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    I dislike all the candidates, but seeing the mental breakdown Hillary would have due to a Trump general election win, is worth it.
     
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    younger people are only supporting Hillary because they don't know what shes done. when I tell them, it's very easy to change their mind. all her bullshit is coming out of the closet once we go into the general election, and you're going to see her favorability with young people plummet. Quote this post in a few months.
     
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    You immediately switch a discussion of white, Evangelical Iowa to race. Trump lied blatantly to those Evangelicals with his Bible thumping nonsense, you don't want to deal with that so switch it to a discussion completely irrelevant to Iowa


    Poll: Trump unpopular with Hispanics
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    GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump is deeply unpopular among Hispanic voters, according to a new poll.

    Over three-fourths of Hispanic Americans have an unfavorable opinion of the outspoken billionaire, according to the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) survey.

    Trump is viewed unfavorably by 80 percent of that demographic, the group reported Tuesday. Of that total, 59 percent have a “very unfavorable” opinion of the real estate tycoon heading into 2016.
    Trump also has high name recognition, the poll added, with just 4 percent of Hispanic Americans not recognizing the business mogul and 5 percent having no opinion.

    Other Republicans are also viewed negatively by respondents to the poll.

    Former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-Fla.) is viewed unfavorably by 45 percent of Hispanics, according to the poll, while 28 percent view him favorably.

    Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is viewed unfavorably by 35 percent, while 17 percent view him favorably.

    Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is viewed unfavorably by 32 percent of Hispanics, according to the poll, compared to 20 percent who view him favorably.

    Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson receives the lowest unfavorability rating, at 18 percent. Thirty-two percent of Hispanics polled view him favorably, while 37 percent have not heard of him.

    The PRRI conducted its lasted sampling of 106 Hispanic Americans via telephone interviews in English and Spanish Nov. 6-10. It has a 3.7 percent margin of error at the 95 percent confidence level.

    Trump has repeatedly vowed he is winning the Hispanic vote next year despite his harsh rhetoric on border security and illegal immigration.

    Critics frequently argue his message on illegal immigrants, particularly Hispanics, is derogatory.

    He has nonetheless made sharply curbing illegal immigration and building up border defenses central parts of his campaign message.

    Republican leadership has vowed it would make the party’s platform more appealing to Hispanics and other minorities next year.

    The Republican National Committee concluded in its autopsy of the 2012 election cycle it could better reach those voters.

    Trump’s entrance into the GOP’s 2016 presidential field has complicated those plans given his tough talk on immigration policies.
     
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    Here is e thouroug of that polls nonsense, remember Democrats and unaffiliated Latino's get to vote in the general election,
    The huge grains of salt that accompany Donald Trump’s claim that Hispanics love him
    84 percent of Hispanics said they would "definitely" not vote for Trump.) Second, he wants to dismiss the suggestion that by calling Mexican immigrants criminals and rapists in his announcement speech, Hispanics view him unfavorably.

    So Trump relies on this random poll from Nevada to make his case. The problem is, it doesn't.

    OANN.com.)
    Here's the press release for the survey, conducted by Gravis Marketing on behalf of "One America News Network," a media organization founded by the Herring family of Southern California as an attempt to compete with Fox News.

    Regardless of who paid for the poll, the survey itself has some question marks. Gravis determined that Trump led Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker by 12.7 points, 27.7 to 15 in the Silver State. (More than a fifth of respondents said they were "unsure.") Among Hispanics, 31.4 percent chose Trump, versus 11.4 who chose Walker.

    First, note that the figure is Republican Hispanics, not all Hispanic voters. That's a critical caveat.

    To get those numbers, the company spoke to 623 Republicans. How many of those Republicans were Hispanic isn't clear; the smaller the number, the less accurate the breakdown. (I reached out to Gravis to fill in some of these blanks. The person from the firm who could answer the question was not available, but I'll update this when we do speak.) There's reason to suspect that the number of Hispanic Republicans who were contacted is low. Scott Clement of the Post's polling team notes that Gravis has historically only called landline phones. In 2014, 59 percent of Hispanics in the U.S. used only cell phones. In Nevada in 2013, 43.1 percent of Hispanics were cell-only. If cell phones were excluded from the poll, that makes it much harder to get a large sample of Hispanics.

    What's more, only five percent of those surveyed in a 2012 Republican caucus entrance poll were Hispanic, suggesting a very low density of Hispanics in the party. If that same percentage holds for the sample Gravis used, we're talking about 31 people. That means there's a pretty large margin of error even if we're just talking about the Republican vote -- much less Trump's extrapolation to the rest of the state and country.

    Update: A reader writes in to make a mathematical point. The percentages for Hispanic Republicans suggest that the number of respondents was a multiple of 35. That's because 31.4 percent of 35 is 11; 11.4 percent is 4. It's possible that there were 70 Hispanic Republicans surveyed, 11.2 percent of the total. But even so, that's 22 votes for Trump (11 times two) -- which probably doesn't translate to the entire population of Hispanics in the country.

    Why does Trump keep bringing up this number? Because, as our national poll showed, he is viewed very unfavorably by Hispanics, no doubt thanks in part to his comments about immigrants. Trump doesn't want to admit he's wrong, so he seizes upon and inflates whatever's at hand.

    As he's done with some regularity over the course of his campaign.
     
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    Obviously. No Republican will ever win a majority of minorities. The Democrats' base is women and minorities.
     
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    Did you read your own article? The author made outlandish claims about an underrepresented sample of Hispanics, and one of his own readers had to fact check him that the sample of Hispanics was overrepresentative of their % of the US population :jj:

    Sorry BS, but it looks like other than the mods here, there are lots of patriotic Hispanics in this country

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